Privacy and Cookies Policy:

Personal Data Processing

Data controller:

The controller of personal data of project participants as well as applicants for work, internship and volunteership positions ("Activities") is Fundacja Branding Polska with its registered head office in Warsaw (00-844) at Grzybowska 87 (Concept Tower), KRS 0000549565 ("Branding Polska").

A participant and/or applicant of Activities may contact Branding Polska in all matters related to the processing of their personal data by phone at +48 22 479 59 60 or email at office@brandingpolska.org

Purpose and legal bases for processing:

  1. The Recruitment Process to Activities | 6.1 a) GDPR
  2. Personal data: first name, surname, data of birth, citizenship, correspondence address, phone number, email address, field of education, profession , professional experience information, language skills information, facial image (photograph).
  3. The Organisation and Implementation of Activities | 6.1 b) GDPR
  4. Personal data: first name, surname, data of birth, citizenship, correspondence address, phone number, email address, field of education, profession, professional experience information, language skills information, facial image (photograph).

 

Categories of recipients:

Personal data of Participants and Applicants may be shared with:

  1. Authorised employees of Branding Polska
  2. Contracting parties (e.g. accounting, legal, marketing, training, and logistics services)

 

Data transfer outside of EEA:

On the basis of the cooperation of Branding Polska with other entities outside of EEA, personal data of Participants and Applicants may be transferred to the following states outside of EEA: [* states].

In order to ensure an adequate level of security of the personal data transferred to states in relation to which the European Commission has not issued an adequacy decision, Branding Polska uses standard data protection clauses adopted by the European Commission, referred to in art.46.2 c) GDPR.

The standard clauses are available at the European Commission website (ec.europa.eu)

Retention period:

  1. For the purpose of the Recruitment Process to Activities – until the end of the Recruitment Process.
  2. For the purpose of the Organisation and Implementation of Activities – until the expiry of any claims (not longer than for 10 years from the end of Activities).
  3. For accounting and/or tax purposes relating to Branding Polska obligations – for no longer than 5 years counted from the end of the calendar year in which the tax obligation arose.

[Additional periods may result from additional purposes.]

Rights of Participants and Applicants:

Participants and/or Applicants of Activities may exercise their rights by:

  1. Having the access to their personal data (art. 15 GDPR), when requested by any means of communication at any time;
  2. Having the possibility to rectify inaccurate personal data (art. 16 GDPR) by indicating the data requiring rectification;
  3. Having the possibility to erase their persona data (art. 17 GDPR); Branding Polska has the rights to refuse the erasure of personal data in specific circumstances provided by law.
  4. Having the possibility to restrict processing of their personal data (art. 18 GDPR) by indicating the data which should be restricted;
  5. Having the possibility to move their personal data (art. 20 GDPR) by requesting preparation and transfer by Branding Polska of their personal data in a structured, commonly used machine-readable format;
  6. Having the possibility to object to processing their personal data conducted based on art. 6.1 e) or f) GDPR, on grounds relating to their particular situation (art. 21 GDPR);
  7. Having the possibility to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the EU member state of their habitual residence, place of work or place of the alleged infringement if they consider that the processing of personal data relating to them infringes the GDPR (art. 77.1 GDPR).

 

No obligation to provide data:

Providing personal data by Participants and Applicants is not obligatory. Providing personal data as required in the Activities form on the website at https://www.brandingpolska.org is necessary in order to participate in the Recruitment Process. Refusal to provide personal data requested will result in inability to participate neither in the Recruitment Process nor Branding Polska Activities.

Abbreviations used:

GDPR – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation)

EEA – European Economic Area

Website Cookies Policy

Preliminary Provisions

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Fundacja Branding Polska, hereinafter referred to as Branding Polska, with registered head office in Warsaw (00-844) at Grzybowska 87 (Concept Tower), collects information contained in cookies on its website at https://www.brandingpolska.org in accordance with the Polish Act of 16 November 2012 amending the Telecommunications Law and Certain Other Laws (Journal of Laws of 2012 item 1445).

§2

By using the website owned by Branding Polska, the User agrees to comply with its terms and regulations, including this cookies policy. By changing the cookies settings, including blocking and deleting cookies, the User may lose the opportunity to use some of the website's crucial functions and/or the website's content may not be displayed correctly.

Term and Types of Cookies

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Cookies, consisting of a row of letters and numbers, are small pieces of information sent from websites and stored through a web browser on a User's device (e.g. computer). They play a crucial role in ensuring the proper functioning of websites, including of those requiring authorization while logging in.

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Depending on the role to play and a period of storage, a distinction may be made e.g. between:
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Role and Benefits from Cookies

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Cookies identify data contained both in a User's device and a web browser used to search through websites. They do not serve to identify User's personal data, including those collected during any registrations for getting the access to websites. Moreover, they do not influence modus operandi and/or the configuration settings of a User's device.

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Information contained in cookies and collected on websites allows among other things to:

  1. recognise a User's device and therefore to display websites correctly as well as to adapt them to User's individual preferences;
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User's Possibilities

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The User can manage cookies independently by configuring own cookies settings on a web browser used at a given moment. Firstly, the User can accept cookies and therefore fully benefit from all content and services offered on websites. Secondly, the User can change cookies settings at the level of websites visited and/or types of cookies. Thirdly, the User can block or delete cookies by taking consequent limitations into consideration.